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Jamba Juice Power Paperback – December 25, 2003
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Top Customer Reviews
Good thing I didn't know that because I think the book was well worth the price. There are great recipes in it like I was hoping. Also, the lifestyle advice and the 21 day plan are all very practical and doable and simply focus on getting more produce & fiber in your life and exercising more. Much more sound "diet" advice than everything else out there right now.
A good read and a fun recipe book that is motivating!
The first part gives basic nutritional information on fruits, veggies, and supplement boosts. It goes into what to shop for (low fat, green veggies--the usual stuff) and what vitamins and nutrients certain foods contain. Nothing new or surprising here except it warns not to eat more than a can of tuna per month due to mercury content. Per month? Is that correct?
The parts of the book that are unique are the 21-day lifestyle program and the smoothie and juice recipes. The plan gives nutritional tips and meal recommendations (it promotes the 5-6 small meals a day idea), plus activities to do for body, mind, and spirit. The activities are simple and painless enough--taking a walk on your lunch break, dancing, soaking in a tub in Epsom salts, enjoying nature. The difficulty I had with it is that it recommends a different smoothie recipe and meals each day. These smoothies use different fruits, juices, sherbet flavors, or yogurt. You can't really stock up on all the fruits you need and use them every few days without them going bad unless you freeze them or only buy enough for one or two smoothies at a time (and who wants to go to the grocery every day). If I get, for example, blueberries and strawberries to combine with orange juice for the Orange Oomph smoothie, I want to make that smoothie each day until I use up the fruit.Read more ›
You can certainly make any combination of smoothy that you like, but it's great to have some yummy basics to start with.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not what I expected at all! Was thinking recipes would be more along Jamba Juice style but they are not.Published 2 months ago by kelly
I like the book. The 1st half is about your health and taking care of whole body. But since I have a lot of those books I didn't learn anything new. Read morePublished 9 months ago by maxine
Not too many of the regular/favorite recipes in here, but definitely some great healthy & tasty options for smoothie making.Published 20 months ago by S K H
I don't really care about this book. But I am keeping it because it does have great things in it. But it just wasn't what I had thought it was going to be. Read morePublished on June 23, 2013 by PHYLLIS
There's some very yummy recipes in this book, my fav is the orange dreamcycle. Most of the recipes I use cranberry apple subsitute, just because that's the juice I have.. Read morePublished on February 20, 2013 by nbsummer
Average juicing book.
And I ask why brand this book jamba juice if the two recipes I wanted (and many others @ jamba juice)-two decommissioned/defunct Jamba juice drinks... Read more
The book was received in excellent condition and very quickly. Very easy purchase. thank you.Published on June 24, 2009 by L. Cipro
The smoothies prepared from the recipes that ARE included are tasty. As for the motivational part, I didn't find it as enlightening as some other reviewer's. Read morePublished on November 18, 2008 by Gypsy Lady
This book is amazing. I received it for my birthday, my sister knew i loved Jamba Juice. They explain different types of fruits and what they do to help your body and give you... Read morePublished on January 15, 2008 by Dana J. Schultz